whose first name was actually Olga, née Hübner, 1878-1949, German actress. Lived after 1909 in Switzerland, where she provided accommodation for many artists in her home in Carabietta.
1914-2012, German translator and publicist, emigrated to France following active political involvement as a communist; continued to Mexico in 1941, remigration to the GDR in 1947
1914-1994, German publisher and dramatist, emigrated from Spain to France in1939, from 1941 exile in Mexico; political and publishing activities there, among other things as head of exile publishing house El Libro Libre; remigration in 1947 to the GDR, where he was imprisoned and then later pardoned
1907-1970, opera director, second husband of Grete Weil, married in 1960
1874-1971, American economist, initiator and founding president of the University in Exile at the New York School in New York
founded by Mikhail Kolzov. The largest magazine publishing house of the Soviet Union until its dissolution in 1938.
The Jewish Council for Amsterdam was founded in February 1941 by the German occupying forces as the central organ for the Jewish population; it existed until the deportation of its last members in September 1943